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Inorganic constituents in barks of Abies bornmülleriana and Castanea sativa

  • Harzemşah HafızoğluEmail author
  • Hüseyin Sivrikaya
  • Latife Bacak
KURZORIGINALIA BRIEF ORIGINALS

Abstract

Barks of Abies bornmülleriana and Castanea sativa were investigated for inorganic constituents by flame atomic absorption spectrometer. 18 elements were detected in the barks of the two species. While Ca was found as the main constituent, 68.7% of the total elements in fir and 76.6% in chestnut, K,Mg,Al and Mn were seen as other predominating elements.

Keywords

Bark Environ Monit Assess Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis Wood Species Mineral Constituent 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Harzemşah Hafızoğlu
    • 1
    Email author
  • Hüseyin Sivrikaya
    • 1
  • Latife Bacak
    • 2
  1. 1.Bartın Faculty of ForestryKaraelmas University of ZonguldakBartınTurkey
  2. 2.Research Institute of MineralsZonguldakTurkey

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